Like the '08 1000RR the plastics are totally FING fiddly and full of the little plastic bayonet "plugs" and "screw" clips. When you encounter a bayonet push the center button in to collapse the plug and it will pull right out. For the screws, just unthread them a few turns and they'll also pop out.
Go slow, be gentle, and work your way back up towards the headlight assembly from the obvious metal hardware holding the plastic to the bike. Be aware that many of the plastic tabs that join fairings to intake duct covers, lower, etc are very thin and don't like to be flexed or they'll snap off. Don't forget where everything goes when you replace it.
I figured mine out by swapping to track plastics and back multiple times this summer and succeeded in breaking a few things, i.e. those little tabs. Seems that Honda deems a few grams of weight savings better than a durable piece of plastic. Get a service manual or seek a therapist.